How I repurposed a few pieces of wood to create a shelf and I spray painted it with Krylon Chalky Spray Paint!
I was so excited to find out about this awesome Chalky Finish Paint from Krylon! I couldn’t wait to try it and tell you all about it. Oh my goodness, love it! Thank you Krylon for providing the paint for this project.
I had the top piece of this dresser left over after I repurposed this dresser. The carving was so awesome, I knew that one day I’d repurpose it in to something. See this dresser makeover right here: Awesome dresser, some people got annoyed that I removed that piece.
One day this shelf from Decor Steals popped up on my Facebook feed, and I guess you can see what happened next!
Here what I used:
- 1 Ikea pine shelf board, it was a little shorter than the shelf
- 3 1 1/2″ screws
- Dark Stain
- Krylon Chalky Spray Paint
- Salvaged wood piece
1. Attached the pine shelf board to the piece of salvaged wood, I predrilled and used one screw on each end and one in the middle.
2. Stain both of the boards with your choice of stain color. The dark stain is what you will see when you sand/distress your piece.
3. Spray paint your piece and let it dry according to the manufacturers directions.
4. Use a sanding block to sand the painted area so that your dark stain shows through. You can sand a little or a lot…step back and look at it. Stop when you like it!
The Krylon spray paint does not require a top coat, so you’re done!
I added the shelf to the wall at the end of my tub.
Now I have another space to decorate and redecorate!
You can never have enough flat storage areas!
I saved money and repurposed something that I already had.
Look around your house and change things up, think outside the box.
Refresh, Repurpose 🙂 Refresh Restyle on Facebook and Pinterest or Instagram
I’m so excited, the basement project started today! Nothing else is finished in the house, so why not start another project! Yeah, that’s how we roll!
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Repurposed Shelf with Krylon Chalky Spray Paint – look at things differently.
23 thoughts on “Repurposed Shelf with Krylon Chalky Spray Paint”
Gorgeous! Love it. I really liked the one from Decor Steals, I think I like yours even better. Thanks for the inspiration.
What color is the paint you used in the pic??
Live your website. I have an old farmhouse chair I leave outside. It has a hole in the seat where I put a plant. Would the Chalky Krylon paint stand up outside?
Excellent Decor Steal Knock off!
lOVE IT! GREAT COLOR! How convenient this will be for small, quick projects! Right now I have separate piles of projects..paint it white, paint it black…this will eliminate those staging piles! Whoohoo…you are helping me declutter!
Hi! Love this and I LOVE that sign as well. Where did you get it?
Where did you get the “Just Do Today” print?? I LOVE IT. It was just what I needed to see tonight. 🙂
I just saw your Facebook post about your lovely shelf painted with Krylon Chalky Finish Paint. Think I’ll put that on my Michaels shopping list. I’ve done a lot of painting with chalk paint that comes in a can and always have at least one brush to clean up, sometimes more. The spray version will be perfect for some of my smaller projects with no brushes to clean! Thanks so much for introducing me to this great product!
BRILLIANT!!!!!! Love the look, love the colour, love love love!
What about waxing if you like that finish? Thanks, this is lovely!
This turned out beautifully! I love how you re-purposed something for the bathroom. It looks like something I could even pull off!
Love this! I will have to look for that spray 🙂
Love this and can’t wait to try it. What on earth did we do before chalk paint?
I love it…had no idea that chalk paint came in spray paint!! That is GOOD NEWS!! I love to spray paint…! Quick and easy!! Your shelf is beautiful!!!
Now you have me curious about this New chalky paint in a can!
That’s how I felt when I first heard of it!! Go get you some!
So, where did you purchase the Krylon Chalky Spray Paint?
Hi Nancy, places you can buy it: Ace Hardware, Michaels (where I found it) Hobby Lobby, check their website for more 🙂
well, you KNOW I love a great repurpose . . . 🙂 fabulous job Debbie. I love everything about your shelf, and the color is beautiful. Yay for Krylon Chalky Spray Paint!
That turned out darling!!!! Love the color too.
And I spy some Dirty Annie in your bathroom 😉
hahaha on the “start another project”. Been there!
Excellent! And I did not know about this paint. Must.get.some.
i love this, debbie! what a great idea and repurpose!